Joel L Pick
Joel L Pick
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Reproducible, flexible and high‐throughput data extraction from primary literature: The metaDigitise r package
JL Pick, S Nakagawa, DWA Noble
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10 (3), 426-431, 2019
Female oxidative status, egg antioxidant protection and eggshell pigmentation: a supplemental feeding experiment in great tits
M Giordano, D Costantini, JL Pick, B Tschirren
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69 (5), 777-785, 2015
Disentangling genetic and prenatal maternal effects on offspring size and survival
JL Pick, C Ebneter, P Hutter, B Tschirren
The American Naturalist 188 (6), 628-639, 2016
Divide and conquer? Size adjustment with allometry and intermediate outcomes
S Nakagawa, F Kar, RE O’Dea, JL Pick, M Lagisz
BMC biology 15 (1), 1-6, 2017
Artificial selection reveals the energetic expense of producing larger eggs
JL Pick, P Hutter, C Ebneter, AK Ziegler, M Giordano, B Tschirren
Frontiers in zoology 13 (1), 1-10, 2016
In search of genetic constraints limiting the evolution of egg size: direct and correlated responses to artificial selection on a prenatal maternal effector
JL Pick, P Hutter, B Tschirren
Heredity 116 (6), 542-549, 2016
Measuring up to reality: null models and analysis simulations to study parental coordination over provisioning offspring
M Ihle, JL Pick, IS Winney, S Nakagawa, T Burke
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 142, 2019
Interactive effects of yolk testosterone and carotenoid on prenatal growth and offspring physiology in a precocial bird
M Giraudeau, AK Ziegler, JL Pick, S Ducatez, CI Canale, B Tschirren
Behavioral Ecology, arw127, 2016
Chestnut-crowned babblers show affinity for calls of removed group members: a dual playback without expectancy violation
JMS Crane, JL Pick, AJ Tribe, E Vincze, BJ Hatchwell, AF Russell
Animal Behaviour 104, 51-57, 2015
A trade-off between reproductive investment and maternal cerebellum size in a precocial bird
C Ebneter, JL Pick, B Tschirren
Biology letters 12 (12), 20160659, 2016
The more you get, the more you give: Positive cascading effects shape the evolutionary potential of prenatal maternal investment
JL Pick, E Postma, B Tschirren
Evolution letters 3 (4), 412-423, 2019
Divergent artificial selection for female reproductive investment has a sexually concordant effect on male reproductive success
JL Pick, P Hutter, B Tschirren
Evolution letters 1 (4), 222-228, 2017
Rearing success does not improve with apparent pair coordination in offspring provisioning
M Ihle, JL Pick, IS Winney, S Nakagawa, J Schroeder, T Burke
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 405, 2019
Reproducible, flexible and high-throughput data extraction from primary literature: The metaDigitise r package. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 10, 426-431
JL Pick, S Nakagawa, DW Noble
Reproducible, flexible and high-throughput data extraction from primary literature: The metaDigitise r package. Methods Ecol Evol 10: 426–431
JL Pick, S Nakagawa, DWA Noble, S Price
Artificial selection reveals the role of transcriptional constraints in the maintenance of life history variation
JL Pick, M Hatakeyama, KE Ihle, J Gasparini, C Haussy, S Ishishita, ...
Evolution letters 4 (3), 200-211, 2020
Counter culture: causes, extent and solutions of systematic bias in the analysis of behavioural counts
JL Pick, N Khwaja, MA Spence, M Ihle, S Nakagawa
EcoEvoRxiv, 2019
Matrilineal inheritance of a key mediator of prenatal maternal effects
B Tschirren, AK Ziegler, JL Pick, M Okuliarová, M Zeman, M Giraudeau
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1838), 20161676, 2016
Warmer springs lead to earlier and higher peaks of arboreal caterpillars
KH Macphie, JM Samplonius, JL Pick, J Hadfield, A Phillimore
EcoEvoRxiv, 2022
Decomposing phenotypic skew and its effects on the predicted response to strong selection
JL Pick, HE Lemon, CE Thomson, JD Hadfield
Nature Ecology & Evolution, 1-12, 2022
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